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    01-21-2010, 05:01 PM
Green Broke
Question Travel bandages?

Woooo! Getting a trailer tomorrow night! Waited months for this and finnally! Anyway bit excited, this means I can take him to train and school. That is just what he needs.
My worry is traveling, the main one is loading but that is an issue me and Will will just have to overcome!
My questions are, he sweats when travels so should I put a rug on him anyway? Or not? Or should I get a mesh type/ fly one just for a little protection?
My other is travel bandages? I have them but I don't have any gauze pads are they needed?

Thanks, if you have any more advice for me then I would be very happy, I feel I have good horse sense but I have never done this before on my own.
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    01-21-2010, 11:22 PM
What kind of trailer is it, enclosed or stock?

In the summer they can go without a sheet. In the winter I put a light one on regardless. You'll probably want one even in the winter even though he sweats. It will prevent any breeze from chilling him too much since he's damp.
    01-22-2010, 01:11 PM
Green Broke
Enclosed, ifor williams, back load and front unload

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